Students creating landscape paintings. Photo: Jillian Bock

Summer Programs 2023

Check back in January 2023 for dates and programs.

Scroll down to get an idea of camps we’ve offered in the past.




Visual Art Camp. Photo: Wendy Gottlieb



Visual Art Camp is our signature full-day camp for creators ages 6 through 11. Each week campers will be immersed in a wide range of visual art mediums and techniques including painting, drawing, pottery, sculpture, collage and more.

Taught by Museum Educator and Teaching Artist Wendy Gottlieb. Wendy has developed and taught creative workshops at the Parrish for more than 40 years. She is an art instructor at Southampton Montessori School and teaches with Project Most. Wendy is an accomplished artist and potter.

Monday to Friday
10 AM to 3 PM |  Ages 6 though 11 |


Children in Meadow. Photo: Haleigh Foray


Over four days, camper  ages 8-13 will create their own stop motion animation from start to finish. They’ll develop characters, story board their ideas, design and construct sets, and learn to shoot stop motion using professional animation software and equipment. Techniques taught include clay animation, pixilation, hand-drawn and more. The completed short films will be screened for families on the final day of camp. 

Stop Motion Animation Camp is taught by Laura Belmont, founder of The Little Animation Studio in New York City, an illustrator and teacher with more than fifteen years of experience. 

Monday to Thursday
10 AM to 3 PM | Ages 8 through 13 


Students enjoying class in the Museum Studio, wearing masks and practicing social distancing. Photo: Wendy Gottlieb


Mini Makers is a new half-day camp for creators ages 3 through 5 to explore music, movement and making art.

Mini Makers is taught by Erin O’Connor, an Early Childhood specialist formerly with Hayground School in Bridgehampton. She teaches multiple creative mediums including collage, up-cycled art, sewing and yoga. Her extensive experience in classroom and museum teaching has inspired students from toddlers to teens. 

Monday to Thursday
10 AM to 1 PM | Ages 3 through 5 

Visual Art Camp. Photo: Wendy Gottlieb




Visual Art Half Day Camp: Abstract and Alternatives is for creators ages 6 through 11.  The first week will focus on  painting, drawing, and sculpture. Building from this, the second week will explore collaborative painting, soft sculpture, found object art, and more.

Monday to Thursday
10 AM to 1 PM | Ages 6 through 11 


Please note, we are unable to offer refunds after the start of classes unless the spot can be filled from a waitlist.

Thank you!

Registrations canceled prior to May 15 will be granted a full refund. Later cancellations will incur a $150 fee for Visual Art and Stop Motion Animation Camps or a $75 fee for Mini Makers and Abstract & Alternative Camps. No refunds will be given after July 1.  

In the event that the Museum must cancel camp, fees will be waived and full refunds or credits will be issued.

The Museum reserves the right to remove any camper who does not comply with our safety protocol and is not responsible for providing refunds for classes missed as a result of student illness, student emergencies, or events beyond our control.

The Museum reserves the right to cancel any class which does not meet minimum enrollment requirements.